cheska: jang geun suk

It has come! The year when the incredible talented actors of the 1986-1987 will go to army as the Korean law requires the men to enlist for mandatory military service before they reach the age of 31. It means basically 2,5 years without my favourite actors and there are 7 OF THEM! Lee Min Ho, JI Chang Wook (who might shoot just one more drama), Joo Won, Kim Soo Hyun (who will enlist once his new movie REAL premieres), Seo In Guk, Jang Geun Seok and Yoo Ah In (who is recuperating from an injury).

Now all my hopes are Park Hyung Shik, Yook Sung Jae, Lee Joon Gi and Lee Dong Wook to fill the void.


Mary and Mu Gyul back together! It was amazing to see the reunion of one of my all-time favourite OTPs from Mary Stayed Out All Night! I can’t believe it’s been 6 years already since the drama ended. (You might remember it as the only romantic comedy where the writer wanted to kill off the male lead in the final episode, but fortunately for the Mary/Mu Gyul shippers, Jang Geon Suk stopped this madness and re-wrote the ending and the entire episode himself.)

anonymous asked:

I saw your post about historical dramas and was surprised Warrior Baek Dong Su wasn't on the list, it's my favourite historical drama from I've seen until now.

That list contains sageuk dramas which captivated me the most. If Warrior Baek Dong Soo isn’t on it, then it only reflects my feelings about the drama. 

Actually, Warrior Baek Dong Soo has a peculiar place on my personal drama list together with Strongest Chil Woo and Hong Gil Dong. All three shows are rather mediocre sageuk dramas with a stereotypical male lead, in which the limelight was stolen by the SECOND MALE LEADS - YOO SEUNG HO, YOO AH IN AND JANG GEUN SUK (another 87′s actors which has been epic in all his sageuk roles).